Phoenix Power manages HSE responsibilities as its first priority. We are committed to continuously improving our HSE performance and managing HSE risks associated with our activities, products and services.
The HSE policy at Phoenix Power commits to excellence in health and safety performance and lays down the management system, rules and regulations for enforcement of the policies. Phoenix Power has HSE policies in place to promote compliance with all legal health and safety requirements, and to provide a safe work place for its employees, visitors, contractors and members of the public. To get an external accreditation for its HSE policy is a strategic and a stated goal of the Company. To the extent possible, it aims to prevent accidents, injuries, occupational illnesses and pollution as well as to conserve natural resources.
The Sur Independent Power Project is designed to comply in all respects with all applicable environmental regulations and World Bank guidelines. Environmental regulations in Oman specify the performance requirements of an industrial plant with reference to air, water, hazardous materials, waste, dredging and noise. Air emission standards in Oman are based on the National Ambient Air Quality Standards of the USA. Since the COD, the plant has not suffered any material environmental incidents, nor has Phoenix Power been required to report any such incidents to the MECA. Our Operator (POMCo) sends out monthly environmental monitoring reports to MECA for the Plant.
Silver Award in first year of
entry for RoSPA 2016
RoSPA Gold 2017